American Planning Association
The American Planning Association (APA) is a professional organization representing the field of city and regional planning in the United States. The APA was formed in 1978 when two separate professional planning organizations, the American Institute of Planners and the American Society of Planning Officials, were merged into a single organization. The American Institute of Certified Planners is now the organization's professional branch.
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... To manage the various interests of American planners, the APA has created 21 divisions ... The divisions focus on planning strategies for professionals with focused interests ...
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